Our first-ever EMEA Totara User Conference is rapidly approaching, and we’re starting to get excited about everything we have in store for our attendees.

As is the case with any learning platform, if you’re new to Totara Learn, you may well be wondering where to start.

We always look forward to ATD here at Totara, and this year’s lineup of speaker sessions certainly isn’t disappointing.

As learning professionals, we often get caught up in training delivery from our own perspective. We worry about our metrics, whether or not we can prove ROI for stakeholders and assessment results.

The long-awaited APAC Totara User Conference came and it did not disappoint.

Anyone who has worked in the healthcare industry in recent years knows the immense challenges faced by this crucial sector.

Compliance training remains a key concern for most L&D teams. Non-compliance can be catastrophic for an organisation, resulting in multi-million dollar fines, restrictions on business activity and irreparable reputational damage.

Pretty much every L&D professional has made an expensive mistake at some point in their career.

Compliance is always going to be a top priority in any organisation’s learning programme.

I have to be honest, I'm not sure I ever thought this day would come. Having worked in the industry for 15 odd years I feel like the death of Flash has been talked about for the last decade, and perhaps we have all become complacent.

In recent years, the scale and availability of the data available to us in all aspects of life have increased enormously.

With just five weeks to go until our APAC Totara User Conference in Melbourne, we’re turning our attention to our speakers, who will be presenting a whole host of sessions to inspire you to embrace the freedom to learn.

Virtual reality (VR) and artificial intelligence (AI) have been the topics of L&D industry conferences in recent years, and the keen interest in these topics is showing no signs of slowing down.

xAPI may not sound as glamorous or buzzwordy as adaptive learning, gamification or AI, but if you’re using an LMS to deliver training and information to learners, it’s something you should definitely know about.